In Memory in ...

East Tennessee 

Chris Lusch
Angel Moore
Turner Nicely
Angel Moore
Summer Cox
Jessica Akin
Jason Mealer
Trey Samuel
Allison Lund
Hayley Ann Hughes
Peter Connolly
Tony Lovingood
Alexandra Arnold
Justin Hajko
Josh Foust
Chris McDonald
Todd Reagan
Chris Sullivan
Janie Monroe
Jesse Hall
Lorena Nicholson
Daryl Thornton
Patrick Jones
Micheal Thornton
Jayme Potter
Joseph Freeman
Brandon Fraker
Scott Stone
Michael Rice
Eric Evasic
Tad Sullivan
Nick Ellison
Jess Marshall
Jace Steven Taylor
Nathan Horn
Aaron Douglas
Zan Young
Jimmy Johnson
Jami Boggan
Jacob "Jake" Peninger
Courtney Cash
Taygan Towe
David Coffey
Cheryl Thomas
Addison Sharp
Nathan Jones
Jared Lyon
Trevor Massey
Brandon Walden
Tammy Coyler
Dane McCoy
Caleb Smythia

Middle Tennessee 

Cole Elliott
Lauren Southerland
Beverly Barton
Marcus Tribbie
Brandon Perrigo
Jason Cox
Ryan Wray
Ben Jourdan
Trey McCormick
Jeff Lang
Nicolette Peneno
Heather Baltz
Bradley LaVern
Brandon Perrigo
John Patrick O'Neil
Leah
Angelica Bolton
Alex Beatty
Erik Blom
Timothy Lee Harris
Joseph Freeman
Joshua Raggett
Katie Fuller
Daniel Junior (DJ) Clapper
Dustin Free
Steven Martens
Zachary Brown
Chase Tarver
Matthew Pate
Shawn Gaddis
Horace Gladdis
Steven Stillwell
Christopher Scott Ferris
Austin Boyles
Katy Mason
Adam Richardson
Cole Fox
Bailey Rhea
Jace Steven Taylor

West Tennessee 

Lauren Marie Clemmons
Jake Renner
Danny Allen
Cody Stephens
Ryan Patrick Walker
Kevin Fick
Michael Ilderton
Catherine Altop
Matthew Whiteley
David Lee
Destiny Ewing
Blake Renfrow
  • In Tennessee, in 2018, 1,818 people died from an overdose. In 2017, 1,776 people died from an overdose in Tennessee.

  • Through March 2020, 56 have died from an overdose (57 at this point in 2019).  In 2019, 242 people died from an overdose in Knox county. In 2018, 294 died. 

  • In 2018 in the United States, someone died every 11 minutes from an drug overdose .

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In Recovery in Tennessee ...

Adrianna
Andrea
Anna-Claire
Brandy
Elliott
Bubba
Kaitlyn
Leah
Lindsey
Matt
Nikki
Pat
Richard

Drug overdoses have overtaken automobile accidents as the leading cause of accidental death in the United States. Although most overdoses occur in the presence of others, fear of arrest and prosecution prevents many people from calling 911. Tennessee's Addiction Treatment Act of 2015 protects victims and callers seeking medical assistance at drug or alcohol overdose scenes.

 

Our message is simple: Don't Run - Call 911!

© 2016 by Tennessee Overdose Prevention.

If they're still alive, there's hope.

Dane McCoy

9/30/1991 - 5/12/2014